A family restaurant in Tangalle, home to a famed Sri Lanka south-coast beach resort, is a huge hit with tourists for its über-delicious fresh seafood.
It’s a real foodie focus for Condé Nast Traveller’s latest spotlight on Sri Lanka—Galle Fort and Welligama
It’s a real foodie focus for Condé Nast Traveller’s latest UK-centric visit to the Sri Lanka tourist hotspots Galle Fort and Weligama.
Sri Lanka has everything for holidaymakers—adventure, landscapes, beaches, wildlife—and food to die for!
Sri Lanka has everything for the world’s holidaymakers: adventure, amazing landscapes, terrific beaches, wildlife, magic, mystery—and food to die for!
The dreaming spires of Oxford University in the UK now boasts a new neighbour—The Coconut Tree restaurant featuring the best of Sri Lankan street food.
Veggie haven Sri Lanka! Rice and curry hit the spot for bloggers on mission to promote sustainable eating
The clue is in the title—Veggie Vagabonds, a delightful travel blog, written by a young couple who are dedicated to healthy and sustainable eating. They found it in Sri Lanka.
The delights of Sri Lanka’s epic signature cuisine on show at Chefs’ Guild of Lanka Culinary Art Food Expo
The best of Sri Lanka’s epic cuisine and culinary superstars, both local and international, has been on show at the Chefs’ Guild of Lanka Culinary Art Food Expo (CAFE). Competitions pitted 500 chefs from the country’s best resorts, restaurants and hotels across the full gamut of culinary expertise.
Young London restaurateur ‘loves the amazing variety of food to be found in Sri Lanka’s city Colombo’
London restaurateur Yohini Nandakumar, whose parents are from Sri Lanka, loves the amazing variety of food to be found in our capital city Colombo, now a thriving tourist hub. The Evening Standard reports that the UK-born co-founder of Lewisham’s Sparrow restaurant grew up visiting Colombo.
Sri Lanka’s deliciously spicy marine cuisine hits the spot for Indian Express writer Damini Ralleigh
The tropical island paradise of Sri Lanka has a lot to offer tourists from colder climes seeking a once-a-year, get-away-from-it-all holiday experience. Sun, sea and sand—plus of course, the food, especially for those whose usual daily diet is lacking what you might call that essential spice of life!
Dust off your bib and tucker, the UK’s ‘domestic goddess’ and prolific food writer Nigella Lawson is coming to Sri Lanka! As the Sunday Times reports, “the award-winning British food writer and well-loved television personality will be in Sri Lanka for a series of exclusive events from June 21–23”.
American bloggers Eliot Peper and Drea Castillo rave about the street food in Sri Lanka’s “foodie paradise” capital Colombo, “which also turned out to be a fashion hub”. Menu toppers included kottu, “a seriously loud dish of chopped up rotti, loads of veggies and usually egg and chicken”.